Oh no, Who Will Save us From the Ebil?
Riot, What Have We Ever Done to You?
As state previously before, I have been playing League of Legends since about July of 2010. Every game has been it’s own special experience. Back in the day, (I know, how cliché) the other players were nicer. People would understand about lag issues, or just having an off day. Man, I miss those days.
The other players that play today, just make me want to face desk my keyboard and see if the game can improve that way. Here lately, these past couple of days, I’ve had bottom laners feed like they just started playing, and had junglers run around like they’re at a tea party. I don’t know why, but I wish it would stop.
The League of Legends game play functions from teams who can communicate and know how to properly play the game. Now, I’m not saying that I’m perfect, but I know how to play the game and I listen. “MIAs,” (Missing In Action) pings, and ganks are all a large part of LoL. If someone cannot follow the simple instructions, then they should stick with the Co. Op. vs. Ai games.
Common sense also plays a large part in League. If someone is pinging you to get out, then listen and back off. Going into a 5v2 match, not the smartest idea. The way some of these players are playing right now, I feel they need to go back to the tutorial screen.
What doesn’t make the game any better now, is everyone thinks they’re the hottest thing since sliced bread. How do you explain to someone that not playing bot games with a new champion is a terrible idea, without sounding like a bully? You can’t, then arguments start in the game and the game just dies. That’s why I try to stick with people I can play with, and have on Skype.
I just hope that Riot can find a way to fix their servers, so the queues are better. For now, I think I’m just going to attempt to wrap my head around why anyone would want to build a tanky Sona while they run Caitlyn as an AP champion. Riot, I beg of you, treat those who treat you well, just as good. We enjoy playing your games, we just don’t enjoy the people we’re stuck playing with.